Imagine opening your refrigerator and seeing a gallon of milk. Now imagine seeing 60 of those.
The propane tank is the heart of your propane-powered home, pumping propane gas to appliances that will keep your family warm and your home more fun and comfortable all year long.
With all the heat we’ve been experiencing here in Connecticut this summer, it’s easy to forget that cool evenings could be heading our way less than a month from now.
One of the more important qualities to consider when you’re thinking about which fuel to choose for your Connecticut home is the impact it has on the environment.
Choosing between natural gas and propane as a home energy source can be difficult: both options offer high efficiency performance and good value.
We’re just about at the halfway point of summer here in the Connecticut– which means your propane barbecue grill has probably been getting quite a workout for a least a couple of months.
When the engineers at Stiebel-Eltron developed the first “coil immersion” water heater way back in 1924, they knew they were on to something.
If you’re planning a summer vacation, you have probably budgeted for it down to the last hotel room and dinner reservation.
But what about the cost to keep your home running while you’re away?
Andrea. Dorian. Imelda. Rebekah. No, they’re not the names of characters from a new Netflix show. They’re names on this year’s Atlantic hurricane list – and there’s a good chance that you will be hearing more from at least one of them this Atlantic Hurricane Season.
An outdoor kitchen can bring a touch of luxury to your Connecticut yard space – especially if it’s outfitted with green and easy-to-clean propane appliances. But what should it include?